What happens when one party has total control over a state while its only form of political competitiveness comes from adopting increasingly leftist positions?
California isn’t the only example, but it may be the single most notorious one.
The idea of a 32-hour full-time work week is being debated in the California State Legislature.
There’s as much debate in the California State Legislature as in the North Korean one.
Assembly Bill 2932 proposes reducing the legal, full-time work week to four, eight-hour days while paying employees the same wages as the 40-hour work week. This proposal would only affect companies that employ over 500 people.
Which are also the companies with the resources to pick up and leave. As they’re already doing.
“Siri, how can we drive more businesses to move to Austin?”
The California Chamber of Commerce says this bill is a job killer and would end up costing companies 10% more in labor costs.
That means it’ll end up costing customers 20%.